Sian Bishop has only ever experienced one moment of recklessness - a moment that resulted in her beloved son Rory. It's not that she doesn't love the outcome of that wild night, but since then she has always taken the safer route. So when dependable, devoted Richard suggests a move to the beautiful English countryside, she leaves the hustle and bustle of the city behind, and she throws herself into the picture-postcard cottage garden, her furniture restoration business, and a new life in the country. Her good intentions are torpedoed on a glorious summer's evening with the arrival of Gus Berresford. One-time explorer and full-time heartbreaker, Gus is ridiculously exciting, wonderfully glamorous and a completely inappropriate love interest for a single mum. But Gus and Sian have met before...Sian has no use for a fling, she simply mustn't fall in love with the most unlikely suitor ever to cross her path - even if he has now crossed her path twice. But who knows what can happen in a summer of love...
"Captivating ... Fforde's novels are notable for their gentle humour and this one is no exception... Summer of Love is as deliciously addictive as Fforde's earlier books...if you're after an escapist novel that fizzes with warmth and wit, then this is perfect." Daily Express "A heart-warming, uplifting and beautifully written story about the twists and turns that everyday life can bring." Essentials "Another terrific Katie Fforde novel." Woman's Own, 4 stars "A lovely, warm read to sink your teeth into." heat, 4 stars "A captivating and romantic read." Closer, 4 stars
Number Of Pages: 384
Published: 17th March 2011
Publisher: Random House
Dimensions (cm): 14.3 x 21.7 x 3.9
Weight (kg): 0.51